Zidell Marine Corporation, Port- land, Ore., recently launched Barge 27, the second of two chip barges chartered by Tidewater Barge Lines, The barge measures 270 feet in length, 42 feet wide and has a depth of 16-1/2 feet. Both vessels will be used primarily on the Columbia River System. The heap capacity of the barge is about 1,600 units of chips (a unit is equivalent to about 200 cubic feet).
According to Bill Gobel, president, Zidell Marine Corporation, is presently constructing two solid waste barges for a domestic owner.
The barges measure 255 feet by 42 feet by 16-1/2 feet. Total capacity of each barge is about 4,000 long tons.
Zidell Marine has the capability to construct all types and sizes of barges, including deck, grain, petroleum, container, etc.
Another part of the Zidell Marine Group, Zidell, Inc., leases and charters barges.
For free literature detailing the barge construction services of Zidell, Circle 80 on Reader Service Card
Se-Cliff Coatings, LLC, a coatings and technology development company, touts CoreKote 2000, which helps maintain heat transfer so that equipment runs at ideal temperatures and maximum performance. The product, which is electrochemically applied to heat exchangers, such as radiators, covers 100
Elmer W. Curfman has been named superintendent of the marine department of The Chesapeake Corporation of Virginia, West Point, Va. 23181, succeeding the late Milton A. Paul. The announcement was made by Thomas G. Harris, vice president- woodlands of the corporation. Mr. Curfman will be in charge
A new non-slip coating, proven in use by the U.S. Navy, is now available as original safety equipment for new or existing ships and offshore rigs, regardless of age. The safety coating is manufactured and marketed by American Abrasive Metals Co. Called Epoxo, the low-cost coating simply rolls on in
Jamestown Metal Marine Sales, Inc of Boca Raton, Fla., has awarded Industrial Power Systems, Inc. of Jacksonville. Fla., a contract for the Main and Propulsion System Switchboard, Emergency Switchboard, Propulsion Motors, and Propulsion Drive Systems for the New Blue Chip Casino Vessel in Michigan
Gordon R. White has announced the forming of a new company, Bulk Handling Associates, in which he will function as president. The new company's activity will focus on the bulk materials handling needs of the marine industry and the pulp and paper industry. Mr. White previously served as general
Steve Scalzo, former port captain f o r Foss Launch & Tug Company, Seattle, Wash., has been promoted to general manager of marine operations. As part of his new assignment, Mr. Scalzo will be in charge of all Puget Sound marine operations f o r Foss as well as marine operations of Dillingham's Ocean
The 205-acre Riverplex International Inc. terminal in Louisiana is to be turned into an intermodal cargo-handling facility by the Port of South Louisiana, which recently paid $12.1 million to purchase it. The terminal will be renamed Globalplex. The terminal has handled dry bulk cargoes for the
Applied Semiconductor is a new technology company pioneering the use of non-chip based semiconductor technology that offers Zeta, which is designed to control marine antifouling with no environmental ramifications. Zeta is based in part on NASA technology first used on lunar mission, and it slows
As high freight rates continue, Shanghai's Huarun Dadong Dockyard (HRDD) is undergoing a busy period with a total of 12 vessels being repaired in January and 13 vessels in February. This is a 10 percent increase of production value in the first two months compared with 2003, and a 25 percent increase
The 17,780-dwt products carrier Pertamina 1023 (shown above), constructed at the Maizuru Works of Hitachi Zosen, was delivered recently to Scorpa Pranedya Shipping, Inc., Panama. She is the fifth products carrier of the same type to be delivered by Hitachi for the transportation of refined pe- troleum
Epoxo, a non-slip safety coating that helps prevent hazardous slips and falls on offshore rigs and aboard ship is now available from American Abrasive Metals Company. Designed for a highprofile, h e a v y - d u t y t r a c t i o n, Epoxo was originally developed for use by the United States Navy.
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